According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, alcohol harm — the negative consequences of alcohol consumption — is a serious and growing health concern and a leading cause of injury and death in Canada.
In 2015–2016, how many hospitalizations were entirely caused by alcohol in Canada?
Your Health System web tool update (June 8, 2017)
The Your Health System web tool will be refreshed with a new year of data for certain indicators, including a new indicator: Hospitalizations Entirely Caused by Alcohol. At the same time, CIHI’s Indicator Library will be updated.
Also being released on the same day:
- CMDB Hospital Beds Staff and In Operation, 2015–2016
- Health Indicators e-Publication 2017
- Care for Children and Youth With Mental Disorders: Data Tables
Alcohol Harm in Canada: Examining Hospitalizations Entirely Caused by Alcohol and Strategies to Reduce Alcohol Harm (June 22, 2017)
This report provides an overview of Canada-wide variations in alcohol consumption and alcohol harm using CIHI’s new indicator Hospitalizations Entirely Caused by Alcohol. The report also presents the alcohol control policy landscape across provinces and territories.
Hospital expenses and management information system (MIS) statistics (June 27, 2017)
2 sets of data tables are being released together:
- Hospital Expenses Net of Recoveries: Data tables on hospital expenses net of recoveries, by province, territory and Canada, 1999–2000 to 2015–2016
- Hospital MIS Statistics: Data tables on the number of hospital inpatient days, inpatient admissions, ambulatory care visits, emergency department visits and day/night care visits, by province, territory and Canada, 1999–2000 to 2015–2016